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Throughout this country the question of child labor and its attendant evils has become a serious problem, and in several States similar committees or organizations had been formed to deal with this question within their several State limits. The chief purpose of this national committee is to organize additional State committees and to act as a general committee with the object of securing better laws in the several States, and, if possible, more uniform laws and a more general enforcement of such legal protection for the children of this country.

To make this as widely representative as possible and to emphasize its national significance and scope of action it now seeks incorporation from Congress for the purposes set forth in this report and particularly set forth in section 2 of the act. For this reason it was not deemed expedient to attempt incorporation under the laws of any State, and the laws of the District of Columbia render it impossible to secure incorporation under the general statute now in operation for the reason that none of the incorporators are residents of the District of Columbia, and the law requires, in subchapter 3 of the Code, that a majority of the incorporators of an organization of this character shall be citizens of the District of Columbia.

To conform to this requirement would destroy the widely representative character of the committee.

The incorporators named in the bill constitute the board of trustees of the organization. They are all nonresidents of the District of Columbia. The purposes of this organization are purely educational and philanthropic. It conducts no business for private profit and has no other object than those set forth in section 2 of the bill under consideration. It represents a great work and strikes at a great social evil. It certainly merits favorable consideration in Congress.


2d Session:

No. 5486.


DECEMBER 15, 1906.—Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the state

the Union and ordered to be printed.

Mr. SHERMAN, from the Committee on Indian Affairs, submitted the



[To accompany H. R. 22580.] The aggregate of the items in the accompanying bill making appropriations for the current and contingent expenses of the Indian Department and for fulfilling treaty stipulations with the various Indian tribes for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1908, and for other purposes, is $8,203,068.23. The estimates for the Indian Service upon which the bill is based will

be found in the estimates for appropriations for the fiscal year 1908, page 209 et seq. (H. Doc. No. 12, 59th Cong., 2d sess.), and aggregate

$7,970, 168. 23 The appropriations carried in the bill aggregate....

8, 203, 068. 23 Apparent excess of items carried in the bill over estimate .... 232, 900.00 The following table shows the estimates submitted for the fiscal year 1908, under the several divisions of the bill, the amounts recommended to be appropriated, and the appropriations contained in the appropriation bill for 1907:


Estimates for Carried by Appropriated

1908. bill, 1908. for 1907.

Current expenses.
Fulfilling treaty stipulations
Miscellaneous supports (gratuities)
Incidental expenses.
Miscellaneous expenses


$914,800.00 8913,000.00 $889, 800.00 1, 653, 273. 23 1,811, 173.23 1, 913, 923. 23 560, 500.00 450, 500.00 576, 000.00

52,000.00 52,000.00 70,000.00 946,800.00 941,800.00 a 2,030, 846.75 3,812, 795.00 4,024, 595.00 3, 924,630.00

7,970, 168.23 8, 203,068. 23

9, 405, 199.98

a Including payments to Klamaths.

Amount appropriated for 1907 (as per H. Doc. No.12, Fifty-ninth Congress, second session). $9, 405, 199.98 Amount carried in the bill for 1908..

8, 203, 068. 23 Excess of appropriations, 1907, over amount contained in bill, 1908.

1, 202, 131. 75


250 5,300

200 150,000 157, 900


Excess of items carried in bill 1908 over estimates 1908.
Arizona, Truxton Canon school
California, Sherman Institute.
Colorado, Fort Lewis school.
Iowa, Sac and Fox school...
Indian Territory, increase appropriation for schools.
Kansas, capitalization Iowa and Sac and Fox funds
Michigan, Mount Pleasant school
Minnesota :

Morris school

Pipestone school
Nebraska, Genoa school
Nevada, Carson school....
New Mexico, Albuquerque school
North Carolina, Cherokee school.
North Dakota:

Fort Totten school

Wahpeton school...
Oregon, Salem school.
South Dakota:

Chamberlain school
Flandreau school....
Pierre school...
Rapid City school

Survey, Pine Ridge Reservation
Utah, Southern Utah school..

Hayward school..
Tomah school.

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Excess of items estimated 1908 over items carried in bill, 1908.
Colorado, Grand Junction school
Indian Territory, support insane in
Kansas, Haskell Institute
Minnesota, salary agent White Earth Reservation
New Mexico, Santa Fe school
South Dakota:

Sioux subsistence..
Sioux day schools
Yankton Sioux subsistence.

6, 800

100,000 25,000 10,000

151,050 $250,000.00

Comparison of appropriations, 1907, with proposed appropriations, 1908.

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Irrigation, Indian reservations.
Indian school buildings.
Indian school, Phoenix, Ariz..
Indian school, Truxton Canyon, Ariz.
Indian school, Fort Lewis, Čolo...
Clerical and other expenses, town lots, Union Agency, Ind. T.
Removal of intruders, Five Civilized Tribes, Indian Territory
Commission, Five Civilized Tribes, Indian Territory.
Care and support of insane Indians, Indian Territory
Fulfilling treaties with Sac and Fox of Missouri (Kansas).
Support of Indian school, Mount Pleasant, Mich...
Support of Indian school, Pipestone, Minn...
Support of Indian school, Santa Fe, N. Mex..
Support of Indian school, Wahpeton, N. Dak
Support of Indian school, Carlisle, Pa.
Support of Indian school, Chamberlain, S. Dak.
Support of Indian school, Flandreau, S. Dak...
Support of Indian school, Pierre, S. Dak..
Support of Indian school, Rapid City, S. Dak
Asylum for insane Indians, Canton, S. Dak
Support of Indian school in southern Utah..
Support of Indian school, Hayward, Wis

Irrigation, Pima Indians' lands, Arizona...
Drainage, Round Valley Reservation, Cal.
Lands, irrigation, etcy for Indians in California
Support of Indians of Lemhi Agency, Idaho...
Surveying, etc., Lemhi and Fort Hall Reservations, Idaho.
Removal of Lemhi Indians to Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho.
Fulfilling treaties with Cour d'Alène, Idaho.
Allotments, Coeur d'Alène Reservation, Idaho
Sale and leasing of Creek and Cherokee lands, Indian Territory.
Care of orphan children, Whittaker Home, Indian Territory.
Suppressing the spread of smallpox, Indian Territory.
Public roads, Indian Territory
Payment to Toney Proctor, Indian Territory....

3, 675.00
22, 000.00
5, 000.00
43, 000.00
2, 850.00
10, 650.00
3, 330.00

8,000.00 100,000.00 10,000.00 25,000.00 5,000.00 8,000.00 15,000.00 30,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 8, 000.00 1, 236.00

$547.90 15,000.00


901.23 2,200.00

2, 091.92 150,000.00 30,000.00

30,000.00 15, 000.00 57, 000.00 2,600.00

Payment to Margaret Bushman, Michigan...
Drainage survey, Chippewa of Minnesota (reimbursable)
Payment to Martha A. Allen, widow of Hiram W. Allen, Minnesota..
Payment to heirs of Thomas LeBlanc, a Sioux scout, Minnesota
Payment to Charles H. Armstrong for surveying, Minnesota
Payment to Alice Fairbanks Mee, administratrix of Geo. Fairbanks,

Minnesota ...
Fulfilling treaties with Indians at Blackfeet Agency, Mont
Fulfilling treaties with Crows, Montana...
Stock for Indians of Northern Cheyenne Reservation, Tongue River

Agency, Mont.....
Town sites Flathead Reservation, Mont. (reimbursable)
Fulfilling treaties with Sacs and Foxes of the Missouri, Nebraska.
Drainage, Iowas in Nebraska...
Purchase of land from Nevada for allotment to Pah Ute Indians

Indian School, Bismarck, N. Dak.
Surveying Standing Rock Reservation, N. Dak
Fulfilling treaties with Iowas in Oklahoma...
Payment to Mexican Kickapoos, Oklahoma
Klamath fund, Oregon
Payment to Indians, Klamath Agency, Oreg.
Artesian Wells, Yankton Reservation, S. Dak.
Surveying Pine Ridge Reservation, s. Dak.
Payment of fifteen Sioux of Pine Ridge Agency, S. Dak., for property

taken by the United States in 1876..
Proceeds of Lower Brulé Reservation, S. Dak
Support of San Juan Paiute Indians, Utah..
Support of Kaibabs in Utah...
Surveying and allotting Colville Reservation, Wash. (reimbursable)..
Payment of court expenses on behalf of Ann Francis, a Chippewa

woman, Minnesota .

70.00 400.00 9,500.00 16, 800.00 40,000.00 350,000.00 187, 007. 20

5,000.00 4,200.00

6, 320.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 10,500.00 75,000.00



1, 759, 251.75


$15,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 25,000.00 2,000.00 2, 500.00 1,900.00 10,000.00 4,000.00


7,000.00 4,000.00

Amount of increase under

Allotments under act of February 8, 1887 (reimbursable)
Surveying and allotting Indian reservations.
Indian school transportation .
Telegraphing, transportation, etc., Indian supplies.
Indian school, Fort Mojave, Ariz...
Indian school, Riverside, Cal
Indian school, Grand Junction, Colo
Support of Indians, Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho.
Fulfilling treaties with Indians formerly of Lemhi Agency, Idaho.
Sale of inherited and other lands, Five Civilized Tribes, Indian

Removal of restrictions, allotted lands, Five Civilized Tribes,

Indian Territory .
Incidental expenses of Indian Service in Indian Territory.
Leasing of oil, mineral, and other lands, Five Civilized Tribes,

Indian Territory
Clerical and incidental expenses, inspector's office, Indian Ter-

Support of Indian school, Lawrence, Kans.
Support of Indian school, Sac and Fox, Iowa.
Support of Indian school, Kickapoo Reservat:on, Kans
Support of Indian school, Morris, Minn..
Irrigation, Tongue River Reservation, Mont.
Support of Indian school, Carson City, Nev
Support of Indian school, Albuquerque, N. Mex.
Completion of Zuni dam and irrigation project, New Mexico.
Support of Indian school, Cherokee, N. C..
Support of Indian school, Chilocco, Okla
Support of Indian school, Salem, Oreg...

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8,000.00 3,500.00

500.00 3, 470.00

1,000.00 40,000.00 24, 000.00

1,500.00 30,000.00 14, 000.00 5, 300.00 8,000.00

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